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Submitted by Kors 1626d ago | review

LittleBigPlanet 2 review | ABCNews

Back when Atari ruled the world, a few guys could get together and create a hit video game. That do-it-yourself aesthetic lives on. There's a thriving "indie" community devoted to PC games, and Apple's App Store is filled with the efforts of solo programmers.

The console market has been tougher for indie developers to crack, and the production of a major, AAA release involves hundreds, if not thousands, of contributors. But Sony, with its 2008 release "LittleBigPlanet," hoped to inspire the next generation of game designers, giving amateurs the tools to create their own levels within its funky world. (LittleBigPlanet 2, PS3) 3.5/4

offdawall  +   1626d ago
i'd give it a perfect score ... with all the replay value the game has millions of levels
Serjikal_Strike  +   1626d ago
Cupcake gun
nuff said
FrankMcSpank  +   1625d ago
3.5 out of 4? What kind of lame review scale is that?

The score evens out to an 8.75 which is a little lower than I would hope for, but it's abc news. who are they in reviewing anything?

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